Eclipse di Luna
Since the nineties this dimly lit speakeasy, hidden at the top of Miami Circle, has thrived as a twenty-something hangout. Tapas rule the menu, and kitchen stays relevant by occasionally weaving in new dishes (such as piquillo peppers stuffed with goat cheese) that speak to current trends. We’re much bigger fans of the restaurant at dinner—the sandwiches at lunch don’t excite as much. The restaurant has a second location in Dunwoody, though we’re fonder of the Buckhead original.